The MIGCHOICE project set out to ask how and to what extent development interventions affect people’s migration aspirations, decisions and movement, focusing in particular on three countries in West Africa – Senegal, Guinea and The Gambia. It forms part of ‘Outcome 4’ of the Safety, Support and Solutions in the Central Mediterranean Route Phase II (SSSII) programme, funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, and coordinated by the International Organization for Migration (IOM). As we noted in our inception phase report, asking how development interventions influence migration is a wide-ranging question, and one that merits a multi-disciplinary and multi-method approach. Over the period in which the project has run (June 2019–March 2021), we have sought to apply such an approach, focusing in on a series of sites where external development interventions are numerous, and aspirations to migrate are high.

International Development Interventions and Migration Choice: The Final Report of The MIGCHOICE Project

Riccio, B.
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Zingari, G. N.;
2021

Abstract

The MIGCHOICE project set out to ask how and to what extent development interventions affect people’s migration aspirations, decisions and movement, focusing in particular on three countries in West Africa – Senegal, Guinea and The Gambia. It forms part of ‘Outcome 4’ of the Safety, Support and Solutions in the Central Mediterranean Route Phase II (SSSII) programme, funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, and coordinated by the International Organization for Migration (IOM). As we noted in our inception phase report, asking how development interventions influence migration is a wide-ranging question, and one that merits a multi-disciplinary and multi-method approach. Over the period in which the project has run (June 2019–March 2021), we have sought to apply such an approach, focusing in on a series of sites where external development interventions are numerous, and aspirations to migrate are high.
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MIGCHOICE Consortium Bellagamba, A.; Ceesay, E.; Vitturini, E.; Botta, E.; Engeler, M.; Sompare, A.W.; Cissokho, D.; Riccio, B.; Sakho, P.; Zingari, G.N.; Lenoel, A.; Oelgemöller, C.; Black, R.; Schwartz, C; Simon, M.; Hudson, D.
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